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. searching for a man who may have fallen in the bay river. >> a loud explosion leads to the closing of the san francisco busy civic center station. >> and more violence in the middle east as four soldiers are killed in an ambush attack. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2news at
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five. >> good evening. >> hello. i'm heather holmes. police are asking for help as they search for clues in the death of a homeless man. officers were called at about five this morning. when they arrived they found the victim with a head injury. a police spokesman said the area where the man was killed is full of potential witnesses. >> it's a pretty common residential, densely populated area. there are several complexes on whitten and residential homes and it's a common way for vehicular photograph kick pedestrians. >> reporter: authorities are still trying to determine the cause of death and haven't released the victim's name. in the south bay three separate fires at a park are shedding light on a growing problem. in just ten minutes yacht homeless say that they have no place to go. >> the civic center bart station was shut down and
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evacuated this afternoon after an explosion on the tracks. a spokeswoman said the blast happened at about 1:30. she said it was sparked by a break over load on a train. officials say there was a loud noise, some smoke but no fire. >> it appears to be a system malfunction or overpowering in the third rail. >> market street was partly closed temporarily. nobody was injured. trains were delayed and the station was closed for about an hour. police in san francisco arrested a teen in connection with a deadly shooting yesterday. authorities say officers arrested the 17-year-old last night hours after the early morning shooting that left an 18-year-old dead. detectives say he was shot near lasalle avenue near hilltop park. the name of the suspect wasn't released. >> now to the desperate search that continues in the napa river for a man believed to have drowned. it's a story we have been
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following since morning on two. we have new information about the fisherman feared dead. >> reporter: fishing that bridge over there right about the spot where you can seat fence. it's not legal to fish here so close to the rail tracks but it's a popular spot for folks trying to catch bass and sturgeon. the current beneath the surface is often much stronger than it looks. searchers worked from boats, a tvs and on foot. they are looking for a man. >> 4:00 a.m. the helicopters went back and forth. >> reporter: sheriff's say the man who is from san francisco was fishing with his brother-in- law on the bridge around 2:45 in the morning when he fell into the water. he barely knew how to swim. >> not quite sure what they
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were doing on the bridge that time the morning but it's scary to be out there and thought be able to swim. >> reporter: a sheep dog trained to smell scent was among the searchers. >> we have the sense article of the missing person. he can follow where that person has been, he can find and identity any articles that they have lost or dropped. republicanan tennis shoes were found that may have belonged to the victim. the search is challenging because the river changes direction depending on the tide. >> initially the victim was reported to have been going up the river, north and then eventually the river tide switched and it was out going. >> reporter: the search started more than 14 hours ago after a neighbor heard yelling screaming and then a splash in the water. they were out here but they didn't want to speak on camera. kara lieu. >> relatives of a missing
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retired san francisco firefighter are now headed to nebraska where he was last seen. the 69-year-old was on a cross country amtrak trip when he disappeared. he was last seen an friday by a train conductor who said he appeared confused and didn't know where he was. family say that time is important because he needs medication. hazmat crews called to a home in san rafael after two people were burned by a chemical agent. it happened about noon at a home on quiet wood drive as paramedics tended to the victims authorities evacuated two homes as a precaution and told other residents to shelter in place. authorities are still trying to determine what chemicals spilled. >> some sort of chemical agent they were splashed onto their eyes and skin and they were transported. undetermined what that was. >> two children were at home at the time. they were not hurt. >> now to the continuing coverage on the civil unrest in
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the middle east. today an afghanistan police officer at a remote checkpoint opened fire on nato troops killing four americans. it was the third such ambush by insurgents this weekend. protests continue to rage across the islamic world. this is from the streets of kabul. >> reporter: protesters marching, protesting a video that found its way onto the internet. punish those responsible is the message. its clear that the united states embassy shouldn't welcome pakistan until they remove this film. >> reporter: protests have broken out in more than 20 countries since last does when
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the ambassador from libya was killed. the suddenness of the attacks and protests leaves the question open, was it preplanned? ambassador susan rice said there is no evidence to show that. >> the governments have increasingly and effectively responded and protected our facilities and condemned the violence and this outrageous response to what is an offensive video. >> reporter: but the michigan congressman said it's to early to tell. >> seemed to be a military style, coordinated, they had indirect fire, coordinated with direct fire. rocket attacks. >> reporter: the libya president said 50 people were arrested in connection with the attacks saying he suspects preplanning. >> its clear that the assault was well trained well prepared have planned this.
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rum. >> reporter: there is no telling how long the protests will last. > the pope prayed for peace and the silencing of weapons across the mideast. he celebrated mass today where thousands turned out to see him. also in the lebanon capitol the leader of hezballoh called for more protests tomorrow but said muslims must not attack embassies. others are offering prayers for peace this sunday. ahead in 15 minutes why some are turning to religion. >> san francisco police today deployed several undercover officers at the 49ers game at candlestick park. the officers are wearing 49ers gear or detroit lions colors. they plan to be in fan areas including the stands and will be looking for unruly fans. 49er fans should treat the lions fans as if they are
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officers because they could be. the owners of a san jose sharks asked for fans to be patient after the lock out was announced. the owner said that please know the fans and partners are our number one priority. your excitement and mitt commitment to the franchise is, unparalleled. players blame the owners for the labor dispute saying they are working for a deal that's fair for everybody involved and they apologized to the fans. time for us to look at the weekend forecast. pretty nice today. let's go to mark. a little bit cooler than yesterday. >> that's right. temperatures have been dropping off. this to the last weekend of summer. >> can't believe it. get ready for fall. we were talking about a cooling trend. the low clouds and fog as you can pick out showing up on the satellite hugging the
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coastline. few patches in to the bay and a few high clouds as well. we have a good on shore breeze. 24 miles an hour. as far as current temperatures. ranging from the upper 50s, 58 san francisco to the 08o's inland. fairfield 88, antioch 86 and an jose in between 75 degrees. here you see on the sat lite the low clouds and fog. you may have noticed a few into portions of the bay area. still a high cloud, high cloud deck for the evening hours. overnight once again get ready for a chilly start monday morning. coolest locations will be in the 40s. santa rosa, napa, areas of fog coast side around the bay and partly cloudy inland. come canning up temperature change you can expect for tomorrow and when we could talk about at least a slight chance of showers in the extended
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forecast. >> more fires near a homeless camp in kelley park. what neighbors in san jose are saying about the danger near their home. > what chicago teachers decided today about a strike that has paralyzed the nation's third largest school system. >> and new information about a teen linked to a bomb plot stopped by authorities. what neighbors said about his family and why his arrest took months. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. . chp investigating a strange accident on eastbound highway 24. they say a man approximate driving a white sedan drove in to the center median after coming out of a tunnel. investigators say that for some reason the driver then got out of his car and ran across the freeway. an oncoming car struck him. officers are now looking into if alcohol played a role in the
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initial crash. thal media county sheriff is searching for clues in a deadly overnight shooting. the gun fire started just before 12:30 at an apartment complex in haywood. when police arrived they found a man with a gun shot wound to the chest. authorities haven't released his identity or information on any arrests. and two men and a teen were shot and wounded early this morning in fairfield. it happened just before one at an apartment complex on dana drive. they found two adult men and a 16-year-old boy hurt. they were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. police have made no arrests. anyone with any information is asked to call police. >> now to the continuing coverage of the suspicious fires in a san jose park. three more fires broke out in kelley park. matt keller live at the park
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about the suspected cause the latest fires. >> reporter: the fires started near here and while this no trespassing sign is up it's ignored by dozens living near the creek. some said they are encouraged to come. the camp along coyote creek has been given a nickname by the people who live here. it's called the judge example for johnny it's also home. >> it's -- couch. >> reporter: he said he was living in san jose with his girlfriend three and a half months ago when police said it would be better if they moved to kelley park. >> [inaudible] safer to be here. >> reporter: safety was a concern yesterday after small fires started near the camp on story road. the fire department called them minor fires but for people next to kelley park they are anything but routine. >> because the brush here is very close to where i live so its concerning because i have a
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young child. the fire has been a concern. >> reporter: issues like fire, trash and other environmental impacts hit the city and the water district has worked on a new march to camps. it lead to relocating several people into motels and shelters. as for johnny and pauline they are waiting on the city to help them get out of the youngl. >> we want the help and we are still waiting. >> reporter: i contacted police but they didn't get back to me . city leaders scheduled to meet at the end of october to discuss the next steps. >> in about an hour family and friends will mark six months since sierra lamar went missing. she was last seen march 16th on
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her way to school. in may a man was arrested and charged with murder based on dna allegedly found in his car. today's memorial started at 6 p.m. in morgan hill. they plan to pray and release balloons in her memory. a young redwood city man who went missing last month has been found. the family of eric hagler were worried. he had last been san been seen in san carlos. he was found safe. they didn't say where he was found or where he was during his absence. >> chicago schools will stay closed again tomorrow as striking teachers debate over a new agreement. they met to go over the proposal but never voted on it. the three year deal would offer minor races, some said they are not happy with the terms while others want more term to read it. the union though remains
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optimistic that teachers will accept it. >> hopefully this particular chapter will come to the resolution that we want. you know i think some of the bigger issues are still in play and will be in play. >> parents have formed a group to help end the strike and get children back in class. chicago is the third largest school district in the nation. that strike affects 400,000 students. >> we are learning new information an a bomb plot thwarted by authorities in chicago. the suspect an 18-year-old is set to appear in federal court tomorrow afternoon. undercover agents had been following him. he is a ceus of trying to blow up when he thought was a car bomb in front of a busy chicago bar friday night. neighbors are shocked by the arrest. >> they have four children. very good family. i have no clue, you know.
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i was shocked. >> reporter: prosecutors say they started following him ono line where he allegedly expressed interest in killing americans in the united states and overseas. if convicted he could face life in prison. >> the father who authorities say kidnapped his two children and kept them on a stolen boat at sea for days is due to appear in court tomorrow. he is scheduled for a plea hearing in san mateo. he is a accused of kidnapping his two kids, three and two, stealing a yacht and then setting sail for days. he was finally locate and arrested back on september 7th. his kids were not hurt. >> more occupy protesters under arrest. why police say they are expecting more problems tomorrow. >> it's terrible for islam, it's terrible former, it's terrible for the world. >> a sustain warning the israel prime minister. why he said the world is in trouble and what he wants the president to do.
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. several people were arrested yesterday in new york city as activists get ready tomorrow to mark a year since the occupy wall street protests started. yesterday they made their way through the streets of lower manhattan where two dozen people were arrested. new york police say the charges
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range from disorderly conduct to resisting arrest. more demonstrations in new york and around the country including the bay area are planned for tomorrow. >> muslims are among those praying for peace this sunday in america. >> they prayed for calm in the middle east saying the violence is painful for everybody and that islam is about peace, not hate. >> we are american, you know. we love people. we don't hate people. islam doesn't mean to hate people. >> muslims in the united states are also concerned that the waiver of anti american violence will put them in danger at home. investigators have interviewed the man behind the anti islamic video. he may be charged with violating his probation. >> israel a prime minister issued a sustain warning today about iraq. >> they get closer and closer and closer to the achievement of weapons grade material, they
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are very close, six months from being about 90% of having it. i think that you have to place that red line before them now. >> he wants the president to set a red line for military action saying nuclear weapons in iran threatening the united states as well as israel. the united states many ambassador said that all options remain on the table but that it's not time yet to move beyond sanctions. >> in other news of the world in japan tens of thousands of homes are without power. and air transportation is at a stand still after a typhoon. the storm dumped heavy rains causing flooded roads. the warning center said it had sustained winds at 120 miles an hour with gusts nearing 149 miles an hour. so far there have been no reports of death from it.
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>> proactivityers protesters burned the japanese flag angry over their purchase of a disputed island chain. there have been dozens of arrests since they said they bought the island in japan. the islands had been owned by a japanese family for decades. in mexico a celebration to mark the country's independence. this weekend thousands gathered in mexico city for the traditional celebration of the cry. it recollects the beginning of the fight for independence on september 16th 1810. the mexican president led the celebration for the last time before leaving office on december 1st. >> prince william and kater keeping their stiff upper lip in the wake of that scandal
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involving topless photographs of kate. they were greeted today with a traditional warier dance. warrior dance. there are report that the palace will file a criminal complaint over the photograph spread. coming up oakland police take a new approach to try to keep the streets safer. the special operation in place today. >> and more allegations against the boy scouts. what an investigation revealed about the organization and it's failure to protect its members. >> a church in san francisco gets a visit from a national civil rights leader. the message he is bringing to the church. . >> and the new i-pad app, is it ready for down load? you can watch all of the
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center bart station was shut down and evacuated after an explosion on the track's third rail. a spokeswoman said it was sparked by a brake over load on a bay point train stopped at the station. officials on the scene say there was a loud noise, some smoke but no fire. market street was partly closed temporarily. nobody was hurt. trains were delayed and the station was closed for about an hour. and authorities in san jose are investigating a new round of fires at the homeless campal kelley park. city staff is looking at the next step in their response to homeless camps. they are expected to give a better presentation in late october at a city council study session. >> election 2012 news tonight a get out the vet push from the nation's largest sieve rights organization. the naacp's message this sunday to bay area church goers.
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>> reporter: the church welcomed a special guest today. benjamin a national president of the naacp joined the church to mark a quiet anniversary. >> this day 49 years ago four black girls were killed in birmingham, their families were fighting for the right to vote. >> reporter: the visit up lifted the church's bishop. >> he gets it in terms of the intersection of our civil rights as people of color, our civil rights as women. >> reporter: we met with him. the naacp has two main messages, pushing for passing of state proposition 34. >> if california passes 34, not only will they stop the death penalty but will free up millions to invest in solving unsolved homicides. >> reporter: they said it's so much more expensive to prosecute. he wants people to register to
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vote. >> we are asking each person to sign up. >> reporter: the drive comes as they argue there is been a major push to make voting harder for many americans. >> tax on same day voter registration, early voting, sunday voting, attacks on voter registration drop. . >> reporter: and a requirement to show driver's licenses to vote. >> it's a play book we haven't seen since just after the civil war. >> reporter: he visited churches in berkeley and oakland. in san francisco. ktvu channel 2news. >> house minority leader expressing confidence today that democrats will retake the house. because of paul ryan's plans to over hall medicare. >> momentum is with us. medicare issue in this campaign so we have a message, the mess
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englishers. >> if you look at -- she said the republican pick was an important day for democrats. ryan was in florida where he focused on attacking obama's record and promoting romney's business skills. romney canceled his visit to colorado after a small plane crash there. his campaign said he didn't want to interfere with the investigation. instead he stayed in massachusetts to prepare for the upcoming debates. both candidates had a busy campaign. obama will campaign in ohio tomorrow. followed by a fundraising trip to new york. it'll be his first stop in wisconsin since congressman paul ryan landed on the gop ticket. as we mentioned romney comes to southern california tomorrow to speak to latino voters. he goes to utah, texas and
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florida as well this week for fundraising trips. >> today the los angeles times is expanding on a previous report of sexual abuse with in the boy scouts. the paper said it did a more extensive review of 1600 private files from 1970 to 1991 and found that scout officials failed to report incidents of abuse to police in more than 500 cases and tried to conceal more than 100 of those cases. scout officials responded to the report saying members are currently required to report even suspicious of abuse directly to local authorities. >> the governor is talking of austerity measures asking for approval of proposition 30. he said that he ate a two day old tuna sandwhich. he said he is saving money but not replacing a stained rug he inherited from the former governor. proposition 30 would temporarily raise the sales tax by a half cent and increase
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income taxes for those who make more than 2 radio thousand dollars. it's projected $6 million would be triggered. >> a special patrol -- aimed at improving motorcycle safety. the department did the enforcement operation today. extra officers were on duty patrolling areas popular with motorcyclists and where crashes often happen. specifically police are crack down on traffic violations by vehicle drivers as well as motorcyclists, that may lead to motorcycle collision. >> tomorrow the oakland police department is going to start it's first police academy in four years. dozens are scheduled to start this are due to graduate in january. they will join the department with the lowest staffing level in a decade. the new class of 55 recruits came from a pool of more than 2300 people who took a written test. the starting salary on the
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regional water delivery system. runners and bikists can use the road during the closure from 6:30 in the morning to 7:30 at night but vehicle also be directed toward highway 280 to connect with 35. >> this is expected to be a key week for the ethics investigation of suspended san francisco sheriff. on tuesday the commission is scheduled to issue its rib findings. the board of supervisors will have to rule on if he can keep his job by october 18th in the run up to the november election. last week they asked to postpone that deadline say that the supervisors will be politic alli motivated to vote one way or the other. the commission rechecked that request. >> starting tomorrow drivers may experience traffic troubles in connection with the pipeline replacement work. that work is between east
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campus drive. it's scheduled so start at nine and continue until four in the afternoon and be mainly monday through friday. city officials say it may cause a significant slow down for those traveling north toward stanford campus. >> the final flight of the space shuttle is -- delayed because of weather. it'll ride on the back of the boeing 747 for the california science center in los angeles. a launch scheduled for tomorrow is scheduled for sunrise on tuesday. the shuttle will pass over the bay area during the trip before landing in la. once installed it'll go on different place as the third retired shuttle. >> after months of speculation about the next panel of judges american idol finally made it official. ryan seacrest said that nikki and keith will sit with mariah carey. there are report that irvin
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will get about four million dollars. . season 12 starts this january. >> comic book fans unite. this year's comic expo. >> cooler today. mark is tracking it all for you and he will have the bay area forecast. >> and the reminder that you can watch the newscast even when you are away. just down load the app on the computer or smart phone and be connected any time, anywhere.
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. organizers are reporting a huge success for if weekend's coastal clean up. the coastal commission said that more than 57,000 people
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collected more than 320-tons, 320-tons of debris. that was just yesterday. it. now among the more unusual items an old love letter was found as well as a concrete rabbit and 1962 dodge convertible. a few people found japanese items that could be from the tsunami last year. you saw all the people bundled up from the coastal clean up, probably needed more of us going up tomorrow. >> a cool breeze keeping the temperatures down all weekend long especially coast side and that fog still a factor. live camera shawing clear skies over the bay bridge. out in the distance that fog bank growing in size, expanding, factor into the -- first thing tomorrow morning. right now the map on live storm tracker 2. there is that cloud bank. even a few clouds moving in if the south and west.
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there is the overcast around pacifica, ocean beach, out toward the golden gate bridge with winds from around 15 to 25 miles an hour. temperatures this afternoon, they range from the lower 60's in san francisco and pacifica, santa rosa topped out 80 degrees and a few low 90s. fairfield -- these numbers about the same as yesterday. most spots cool. just a few degrees. for tonight. partly cloudy, coastal fog, it'll be cooler, extended we do warm up the numbers as we approach thursday and also into friday. no major heat in our forecast. high pressure still in command of the weather, somewhat but it'll begin to loose its grip starting today, tonight and tomorrow as this area of low pressure starts to approach northern california this will help deepen the marine layer, and bring in -- bring this is in. a cooling trend. temperatures tomorrow comes down about 3 to 6 degrees in most spots from today's highs
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and the fog will be a factor for the morning more. the forecast model, some of the overcast between now and 7:00 tomorrow morning. you see the clouds hugging the coast, quite a bit of overcast, around the bay. this model not showing it, we have been dealing overcast out there. mid40s to the mid50s. into the afternoon the clouds go back to near the shoreline. the patchy fog for the beaches, inland sub, yellow links up to the 70's. orange ins 80's. warmest low cases on track to reach the mid80's for monday afternoon. santa rosa 77, fairfield a bit breezy, winds out of the southwest at 25, oakland in the upper 60's and over the hills not talking about triple digits, warmest locations around 84 to 85. san jose -- 74, the clouds in the morning, temperatures in the low 50s. not much of a recovery.
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giants on the way home right now and grab for back for a game tomorrow. partly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 50s. here is a look ahead. the five-day forecast. temperatures continue to cool off for tuesday and into wednesday. we warm up those numbers little bit by thursday and also into friday. then heater and david this -- the upcoming weekend could be interesting. i say interesting means uncertain at this point. partly sunny on saturday. we thicken up the clouds on sun and some of the forecast models hinting at a few showers about a week from now. still a week out. the forecast models tonight at ten. >> you will watch it. thank you mark. >> la's largest pop culture convention about to wrap up after a weekend of super heroes and villains. this is the second year of stanley's expoo and he was signing autographs on incredible hulk. he said 60,000 showed up for the two day event. that's 150% increase from the first year. >> coming up next we go around
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the nnl with complete highlights. >> including the raiders as they try to get their first win of the year. sports wrap is up next. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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[ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. . good evening. welcome to sports wrap. by all accounts there is a new feel around the raider facility but that is yet to translate into anything in the win column. palmer, raiders did get one big play in the first quarter to tie the game. palmer out to good son.
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good son picks up blocks and goes 64-yards to the end zone. second quarter was a defensive battle. they went to the locker room in the front ten seven. the third quarter was the reggie bush show. at his best on this play, keeping his feet and making to the end zone for the miami lead. then more of the same on miami's next possession. this time bush freed down the sideline. bush ran 26 times for 172 yards, run defense a problem for oakland. that sounds familiar. the raiders didn't get in to the end zone after the first quarter. red zone situation. the pass broken up by wilson. here is -- nfl touchdown pass number one. ryan -- 14 yards on the score. the first touchdown pass. the first win for new miami coach joe philbun.
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a lot to think about for the raiders. troy, out of the line up as the steelers hosted the jets in search of their first win. ben bringing down rain with this throw. his receiver mike wallace able to bring it in and get two feet down in to the end zone. those two teams one and one after pittsburgh 27-10 win. all eyes at the moment at -- the 49ers and lions in this sunday night game. the 49ers to a 7-0 lead. besides the two teams, what harbaugh and the officials may do. make a dramatic under statement. the league has sent a memo to the coaches telling them in the to bull bully the replacement refes. luck only had to wait until his second week in the nfl to win for the first time. he connects with wayne on a nice looking 30-yard touchdown.
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the last second heroics were needed to put this one away. adam lines up for a 52-yard field goal for the win. he nails it, the colts get a win in week two. last year they didn't win until week 15. the texans got off to a 2-0 start at the expense of jacksonville movement a field goal would be the difference for tom brady and the patriots. all arizona has to do is run up the clock but williams -- the ball is recovered by vince with 101 to play. they run the clock down. stevens -- lines up for a 42- yard field goal. sales it wide. arizona dodges a bullet hanging on for 20-18 win. the cardinals 2-0. cincinnati got it's first win at the eastbound pence of the bounce, garret and dallas a big win over the giants, seattle, blocks the chris jones punt.
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only needs to go three yards to the end zone. seattle rolls -- coming from behind. edge baltimore. it was very much up and down day for manning who threw three picks and three touchdown passes against tampa down 27-19 in the 4th quarter. manning steps up. cruz running free down the sideline. that's an 80-yard play. it ties the game at 27. new york then went ahead when manning threw for bennett who out jumps the defender. both teams one and one after the giants 41-34 win. no problem scoring points for the redskins but the rams got three more, 31-28. the titans. buffalo bounced back from a week one blow out. newton threw for 321 yards. new orleans 0-2 for the first
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time in five years. the two top wild card teams in the american league at it again. the orioles took the upper hand. redick now with his little section in the stands, and the spider men rewarded in the first inning. number 29 onto year for redick and the a's have a 2-0 lead. the orioles chipped away against dan trailly. weeders had homered once. he did so again to lead off the 4ths. that's 21 onto year for weeders, baltimore wins 9-5. three games back after texas wins. the giants going for a sweep in arizona and that didn't happen either. another rough outing for ryan  who was in a 2-2 game. patrick rips one fair down the right field line. corbin goes to third. seven runs in three and a third innings. he was gone after aaron hill
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hit one fair down the left field line. both runs charged -- a 10-2 win. the giants still seven and a half against the dodgers. still to come on this early sunday edition of sports wrap. the chase starts on the nascar circuit. stanford moving up big time in the rangings after yesterday's win over usc. we will be right back. dñañy
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. nascar's chase gets started today in the chicago land speedway when they are racing for as well as a lot of money. jeff qualified 12th for the chase in his -- his day ended early. his throttle gets stuck. he finished all the way back in 35th place with 35 laps to go. brad, came out of pit row ahead of jimmie johnson. led the final 26 laps and took race number one. three points now in front of
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johnson who was second. knock off the number two team in the country and you can bet they will move up in the polls. that's the case for stanford. the number nine spot. jump of 12 positions. alabama, lsu and oregon the top three spots, sec drops to number 13. four pack 12 teams in the top 25. illustration in england of why the women british was delayed because of wind. theyey played 36 holes, turned in to a victory lap for shin. gets close enough for a birdie on the 15th hole. negotiated the win better than or competition. going 71-73. par for the tournament and nine shots better. that will do it for this earlye sports wrap.
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>> we were talking about they already -- are on the board and -- marched right down the field the first time they took the ball. kicked a couple of field goals. >> first quarter. >> stay tuned. we will tell you about it tonight at ten. >> sure. >> coverage continues tonight with 10:00 news. >> and he was acquitted of beating a retired priest who he said molested him as a child. tonight we talk to the south bay man about his plans to help sexual abuse victims and the action that he took just today. that's coming up tonight at ten. >> and thank you for trusting us. we will see you the next time news breaks. >> and we are always hear online. see you back tonight at ten.
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